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Aug 24, 2013 1:30pm PDT
? so imagine a school then, with no tests, no technology, and not even traditional textbooks, it's the waldorf way. in a waldorf school learning just looks different. instead of writing a book report on a literature lesson, they take that same story and create a play or a song. >> can go to a store and buy a new bit of technology and the man there can tell you everything how to do it. you get it home and you're clueless. when you've done it, it really comes into your soul and into your limbs in a way that you never forget. >> it's true that most people learn by doing. and that's the innovative approach of a waldorf education. it's been around now for more than 90 years. ♪ >> we know, for example, how related math and music are in the brain. >> 36. minus 6 plus 1. >> 31. >> rhythm and using the limbs is not just a tool but it stimulates their ability to think and especially in working with numbers. >> suki. >> the school keeps it simple. chalkboards, paper and pencil. no computers until eighth grade, and that's when the students actually take one apart and rebuild it. >> all of
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